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“Slugfest: Inside the Epic 50-Year Battle Between Marvel and DC” by Reed Tucker

A superhero. Sure, a superhero! Someone who can leap tall problems in a single bound. An invincible mutant who can handle customers, recall conversations in great detail, dispense product in minutes, and stop time in the break room. Yep, for ...

LaTanya Michell Brooks Pushes for STEM Education

As a science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) teacher, LaTanya Michell Brooks encourages participation in STEM subjects to all students at her school. Brooks always wanted to write children’s books, and with her involvement in STEM, she wrote “Marisol: A ...

The God-Shaped Brain — A Positive View Of God Can Lead To A Healthier Life

Religious beliefs can affect more than spiritual health. In fact, different views about God can actually lead to mental and physical changes. And when God concepts are distorted in some way, the changes can be profoundly negative.

New Historical Fiction Adventure Book For Black Children is Now Available to Download For Free

In anticipation of the fourth book from the Demarcus Jones series, CJK Publishing is offering their first audio book, Demarcus Jones and the Solar Calendar, to the public for free.

“Lightning Men” by Thomas Mullen

It struck in a second. If you’d have blinked, you would have missed the flash but you’d’ve known it was there by the rumble that followed. There’s nothing like the power and beauty of a summer thunderstorm to put respect ...

University of Houston Hosts Hidden Figures Author

Margot Lee Shetterly, author of the New York Times bestseller Hidden Figures: The American Dream and the Untold Story of the Black Women Who Helped Win the Space Race, will engage the university community in a discussion of her work ...

NBC’s Last Comic Standing Star and Bestselling Author Turns Adversity Into Hilarity

For many comedians, the irony of their craft is that they turn painful real-life situations into hilarious anecdotes on stage. Patricia “Ms. Pat” Williams is certainly amongst those ranks. Her life story is so gripping that it led Harper Collins, ...

The Oath: As One Man Kills His Demons By Saving Lives, The Other Embraces His By Taking Them

The lives of two men, once brothers-in-arms who survived years of brutal torture as POWs, took vastly different paths after they returned home. One, now a SFPD homicide inspector, wants nothing more than to keep his demons from those years ...

Pandora Walker Shares Storybook View of Math Principles

Pandora Walker returns to the literary limelight with the release of “Queen Bee Mathematical and the Number Garden” (published by AuthorHouse in September of 2016), a juvenile book teaching the basics of algebra in an entertaining way. The book inspires ...

Actor Greg Alan WIlliams and Entertainment Manager Matthew Knowles Headline National Black Book Festival's 10th Anniversary

Double Emmy Award-winning actor and author, GregAlan Williams, is confirmed as a featured author at the 2017 National Black Book Festival, which celebrates its 10th anniversary this year. Williams is most recently known for his portrayal as the villainous, Robert ...

“Who are Venus and Serena Williams” by James Buckley Jr.

“You kids quiet down!” If you’re feeling wild, you’ve no doubt heard that, or PIPE DOWN, or KNOCK IT OFF, or something similar, for sure. You’re a kid, kids make noise, and in the new book “Who are Venus and ...

Miss America 2018 is...

There she is... a history-making Miss America! For the first time ever in the pageant, a contestant from North Dakota won the crown.

“Soul Survivor: A Biography of Al Green” by Jimmy McDonough

Difficult. We all know someone like that, who could charitably be called a challenge. Someone who swims against the current, who rubs people the wrong way, who makes you growly. In the new book “Soul Survivor: A Biography of Al ...

“Truth Doesn’t Have a Side” by Dr. Bennet Omalu (with Mark Tabb)

Everyone you meet has an effect on your life. Somehow, in some way, others change you: a stranger’s smile lifts your mood. Kindness makes you happy. An injustice spurs you to action, making you someone else’s change. Clearly, as in ...

“The Diplomat’s Daughter” by Karin Tanabe

He almost got your nose. Or your cheek. Awkward, for sure, but on the second try, it finally happened. Then again. And again, each one sweeter than the last. As long as you live, you’ll never forget your very first ...

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